Many women general counsel face subtle and blatant sexism from firm lawyers, a frustrating, demoralizing and often isolating experience, according to interviews with several female in-house leaders.

The sexism is having repercussions. Many female GCs have dropped certain outside counsel or stopped hiring them. Lack of diversity at a firm, especially in leadership roles, is seen as a red flag.

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